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Quack doctor Mugo Wa Wairimu pleads not guilty

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Controversial quack doctor Mugo Wa Wairimu has on Friday pleaded not guilty for running a pharmacy unlawfully.

Appearing in court the quack doctor pleaded not guilty and asked the court to release him on bond.

Mugo Wa Wairimu was arrested by flying squad detectives following an expose on NTV.

He was arrested in Kayole where he operates two clinics under the name Milan international Health Care.

He was taken to Pangani Police Station as investigations continued.

Employees arrested

During the arrest two his employees were also arrested and arraigned before court.

The two namely Gathiru Kamunyu, 22 and Risper Auma, 19 were charged for operating a pharmacy without the necessary license from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board.

Appearing before Milimani Court Magistrate Martha Mutuku, the two were released on a cash bail of Ksh 200,000 or Ksh 500,000 with a surety of the same amount.

According to Magistrate Martha Mutuku, there was no reason as to why the two should continue being held in custody.

Gathiru Kamunyu is a medical student at Kenya Medical Training Collage and is set to graduate next month.

Risper Auma on the other hand is a student at Kiriri Women University where she studies procurement and supplies.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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